I just picked these up tonight since I had some Dalbello Rampage boots I used that didn't work out. The shop basically gave me an in store credit for the Rampages, so I ended up getting these. I probably won't ski much (if at all) the rest of the season considering where I live and I already took a trip to Colorado. I also will not be working this quarter of school and until I finish, so I am trying to budget my money. I am not pressed to sell them, but the extra money would be nice and I can use my old boots if I want to ski. I believe they are going for around $400. Make reasonable offers. I can post pictures if you would like or you can view them on Rossignol's website.
Yeah man that's too low. I wouldn't mind taking a hit on the price, but not that much. I need in the lower $300s to let them go. I am seeing basically prices such as $399.99 searching the web. Does equipment do well on ebay does anyone know?
I can tell you right now you probably won't get more than about $250 shipped for them. It's a legit boot especially for people with a wider foot, but the going price is definitely under $300. And It was only a few months ago that salomon foil boots were going for around $210 on sites like Evogear. Not to mention there is not much of a change from this years boots to last year's model.
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